[mythtv-users] New to building computers and MythTV

Jon Sustar digitaldoodler at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 19:14:17 UTC 2007

Okay, so I plan on sticking with one frontend/backend system.

Does anybody have any suggestions on good cases that are smaller and can
have 3+ HDDs?  It would be nice if they also looked like a media center, but
it doesn't have to.  Some of the previous suggestions look nice, although
some are a bit pricey.  I'm looking for one that is $100 or less.

On 3/21/07, John Drescher <drescherjm at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I like the idea of having a separate backend box, but I'm concerned
> about
> > the increase in cost.  I've never used MythTV, so maybe I should just
> have
> > it all on one system (in case for some reason I don't like it, which I
> > doubt), and then, if it's too loud or I need more space, I could expand
> to
> > have a backend too?
> >
> I believe for you (or anyone new to myth) this is the best option. As
> for expansion you can always add a frontend or backend to myth so that
> is not a problem.
> John
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